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New Vision 43% deaths caused by non-communicable diseasesPublish Date: Nov 11, 2013 New Vision More Ugandan are at risk of dying from the Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) if they do not change their diets and lifestyles, the ministry of health has...
Vegetarian diet generally includes plenty of vegetables and fruits, which are rich in phytochemicals, antioxidants, fiber, magnesium, vitamins C and E, Fe3+ , folic acid and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA), and low in cholesterol, total fat and saturated fatty acid, sodium, Fe2+ , zinc, vitamin A, B12 and D, and especially n-3 PUFA. Mortalities from all-cause, ischemic heart disease, circulatory and cerebrovascular diseases were significantly lower in vegetarians than in omnivorous populations. Compared with omnivores, the incidence of cancer and type 2 diabetes were also significantly lower in vegetarians. However, vegetarians have a number of increased risk factors for non-communicable diseases such as increased plasma homocysteine, mean platelet volume and platelet aggregability compared with omnivores, which are associated with low intake of vitamin B12 and n-3 PUFA. Based on the present data, it would seem appropriate for vegetarians to carefully design their diet, specifically focusing on increasing their intake of vitamin B12 and n-3 PUFA to further reduce already low mortality and morbidity of non-communicable diseases.
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